| Saturday: Four OT Games - No Foolin' || April 1, 2006 - Fourteen game were scheduled
for Saturday, and although it was in the
low 80's yesterday in was in the 40's today.
Brockport, Victor, Schroeder and McQuaid Jesuit
each had overtime wins.
the first time in the school's history Victor
beat Canandaigua and it took a goal in the
second overtime by junior midfielder Andy
Savage that gave the Blue Devils a 6-5 win.
The game was close throughout the game with
a tie at one at the end of the first quarter
and Canandaigua up 3-2 at the half and 4-3
at the end of three quarters. The real excitement
was saved for the last quarter as Victor's
senior middie Erick Rogemoser scored with
just 34 seconds left in regulation give
the Devils a 5-4 lead. Canandaigua's junior
midfielder AJ Groot found senior attackman
Eric Klein with just 0.6 seconds left in
the game to send it into overtime.
Both teams traded shots and face-off possession
but it was Victor's Andy Savage who dodged
to the cage to net the game winner with
2:12 in the second overtime.
The goaltending was outstanding for both
teams. Victor's Mitchell Liegerot had 20
saves and Canandaigua's Dan Serafine had
Scoring for the Braves were Klein (1g-1a)
while junior attackman Jeremy Brown, senior
middies Chris McWilliams and James Regan
and sophomore attackman Connor Henderson
each scored one goal. Junior attackman Jordan
Mnzer, Groot and sophomore middie Austin
Rogers each added one assist for Canandaigua
Scoring for Victor were Rogemoser (3g),
Savage (1g), junior middie Eric Willman
(1g) and senior defenseman Pat Sullivan
(1g). Junior midfielder Jason Houtenbrink
added an assist for the Blue Devils (1-1).
No report from Canandaigua
was the 8-5 winner over Newark as the Indians
scored two manup goals and a total of four
goals in the first quarter while holding
the Reds scoreless.
The second quarter started much the same
as Waterloo expanded their lead to 5-0 on
goals by Nelson Boyd from Winston Boyd and
another unassisted by Winston Boyd. Newark
closed the quarter on two Greg MacBride
goals both assisted by Alex Quku.
The third quarter found Newark keeping the
momentum and tying the game on goals by
Dan Mizro, Alex Quku and Greg MacBride.
Waterloo reclaimed the lead on an unassisted
goal by Winston Boyd at 6:44 and pulled
away to a 2 goal lead with :39 in the quarter
on an unassisted goal by Bill Jolly.
There was one last score by Stephen Kuti
at 3:12 as Newark attempted to apply heavy
pressure and get the ball back.
Scoring for Waterloo were attackmen Winston
Boyd (1g-2a), Mike Ruiz (1g) and Nelson
Boyd (1g) and midfielders Bill Jolly (2g),
Josh Mateo (2g-1a) and Stephen Kuti (1g).
Scoring for Newark were midfielders Alex
Quku (1g-3a) and Greg MacBride (3g) and
attackman Dan Mizro 1g. No
report from Waterloo.
was the 14-1 winner over visiting Greece
Arcadia/Olympia in the game played at Irondequoit.
The Rangers took a 5-0 first quarter lead
to 10-1 at the half.
Spencerport goals were scored by senior
attackman Andy Morgan (4g-1a), junior attackman
Phil Schmid (3g), sophomore midfielder Kyle
Breach (3g), senior attackman Rob Stojanov
(2g-2a), senior midfielder Steve Difulvio
(1g) and junior middie Jeff Konko (1g-1a).
No report from Arc/Oly
took two overtime periods for Webster Schroeder
to break the tie and beat Fairport 7-6 in
a game played at MCC. Scoring the game winner
was junior middie Andy Winslow.
The first quarter saw a single goal by Schroeder's
junior attackman Grant Catalino with an
assist from senior midfielder Jay Wilmes.
Scoring in the second period was sophomore
attackman Mike Tota for Webster with an
assist from junior middie Andy Winslow.
Fairport's first goal was scored in man
up as senior attackman Pat Reilly scored
on a feed from senior attackman Pete Burkhardtt.
The half ended with the Warriors up 2-1.
The first half was dominated by the both
defensive units and strong goal keeping
from senior goalies Dennis Costanza from
Webster and Geoff Mayor from Fairport. Both
goalies made several point blank saves.
Although the Red Raiders controlled the
ball most of the third quarter Schroeder
increased their score to 3 - 1 on another
goal from Tota with an assist from Catalino.
Fairport scored their second goal on a shot
from Burkhardtt assisted by Reilly to close
the gap to 3 - 2.
Both teams saved the excitement for the
last quarter. Schroeder scored two more
goals; the first by Tota (from Winslow)
and the second by Catalino (from Wilmes).
Fairport then saw an unassisted goal from
Mike Danylyshyn taking the score to 5-3
for the Warriors with four minutes left
in the game. Webster turned the ball over
and Danylyshyn scored. The Raiders won the
ensuing face off and a score by Reilly tied
Fairport won the face off and Reilly scored
again to give Fairport it's first
lead of the game. With about 15 seconds
left and the Warriors down by a goal, Schroeder's
goalie, Costanza got the ball and heaved
it down the field where Winslow controlled
the ball around 10 yards out and fed the
ball to Tota who turned and scored with
7 seconds left sending the game into overtime.
The first overtime was controlled by Fairport
who had a number of point blank shots that
were stopped by Costanza and the teams remained
tied. Costanza recorded two more point blank
saves and after the second, cleared the
ball to junior defensemen Drew Palmer who
threw a long clearing pass. Andy Winslow
scored the game winner on a bounce shot
which touched off a wild Schroeder celebration.
Scoring for Fairport were Reilly
(3g-1a), Burkhardtt (1g-1a), Danylyshyn
(2g). Senior midfielder David Burke and
junior middie Dillon Wheatley each had an
assist for Fairport (1-1). Senior goalie
Geoff Mayor recorded 16 for the Red Raiders.
Scoring for Schroeder were Tota (4g), Catalino
(2g-1a), Winslow (1g-2a) and Jay Wilmes
(2a). Defensemen Drew Palmer, Tim Winslow,
Eric Horeth, LSM Chris Nicodemi, Short Stick
defensive midfielders John Pawluk and Anthony
Stirpe played an excellent game limiting
Fairport to 3 goals the first 45 minutes
of the game. Costanza had 20 saves for Schroeder
scored the first 13 goals on their way to
a 14-1 win over visiting Bath.
Junior attackman Brian Sciera jump started
the Livonia offense with an unassisted goal
just one minute into the game. Junior Midfielder
Adam Schaible scored Livonia’s next
goal and senior attackman John Dalberth
ended the first quarter scoring on an assist
from junior middie Oren Taylor. Bath goalie
Jeremiah Wilder saw 14 shots in the first
Dalberth scored the first two goals of the
second quarter with the second assisted
by senior attackman Brent Simpson. Sciera
picked up a goal and an assist in the second
quarter. Senior middies Luke Merritt and
Scott Mosher also scored for Livonia.
The third quarter looked like the second
with Livonia scoring 5 goals while shutting
out the Rams. Sciera scored another goal
and add two assists. Goals were also scored
by Simpson, Schaible, Merritt and, sophomore
attackman Tyler Russell.
Defensemen Andy Kurtz, Shane Moran, Shane
Ward, Jeremy Allston, Gabe Recchio, Jeremy
Hudak, and Mike Vetrano did an outstanding
job of shutting down Bath’s offense.
The Ram’s had on six shots on cage.
Bulldog goalies Aaron Jamison and Zac Berger
split time in the cage and made one save.
Livonia and Bath played an even fourth quarter,
each team scoring one goal. Junior midfielder
Gaelin Walsh scored for the Bulldogs (3-0).
Junior attackman Brad Fuerst scored Bath’s
lone goal. Senior goalie Jeremiah Wilder
recorded 14 saves for Bath (0-5)
scored four unanswered goals in the last
quarter, but it was not quite enough as
Penfield won 7-6 at Irondequoit.
Irondequoit scored first at 8:06 when senior
attackman Derek Pino scored on a feed from
sophomore attackman Greg Wright. Penfield
came back with a goal by senior attackman
Scott Serron (assisted by senior attackman
Dave Malone) at 7:38. Irondequoit ended
the quarter up 3-2 on a goal by Wright from
Pino at 4:50.
The second quarter belonged to the Patriots
who scored four unanswered goals to take
a 5-2 lead into half-time. Scoring for Penfield
were senior midfielder Mike Arvan from sophomore
attackman Connor Rice, Serron from Arvan,
senior middie Ben Foster from Arvan and
Serron from Malone.
Each team scored one goal toward the end
of the third quarter. Penfield's senior
middie Kelly McKenna scored at 1:37 with
a pass from Rice and junior midfielder Nick
Kane scored for the Eagles at 0:32 on a
feed from Pino.
The Eagles continued their scoring streak
with three more in a row at the top pf the
last quarter. Pino scored again on an assist
from Wright at 11:20. Junior midfielder
Kevin Coholan scored the next two with assists
from Wright and Pino to tie the game with
5:31 left in the game.
Penfield's Mike Arvan scored the unassisted
game winner at 3:52 and although each team
would have shots, the game ended with the
Patriots up 7-6.
Sophomore defenseman Alex Nowak had a number
of dramatic clears for Penfield and was
the team leader in ground balls with seven.
Senior goalie Brian Dell had five saves
for the Patriots (2-0).
Junior goalies Tyler Watkins and Zach Nash
combined for 14 saves for Irondequoit (1-1).
was Churchville-Chili 15-10
over Greece Athena/Odyssey at Irondequoit.
Churchville scored the first five goals
and after a Greece timeout, it was back
and forth for the remainder of the game.
Scoring for Ath/Ody were junior attackmen
Dave Rodriguez (5g-1a) and Matt Machucki
(3g-2a), junior midfielders Nick Kulzer
(2g-1a), Jeremy Fitzgerald (1a) and Nick
Ryan (1a) and sophomore middie Joe Prestigiacomo
(1a). Junior goalie Dave Turana recorded
8 saves and senior goalie Nick Bellucco
made 1 save in the last five minutes of
the game for the Thunder (0-3).
The scoring for Churchville-Chili came from
junior attackmen Ben Rossignolo (6g-1a)
and Ryan Grogan (4g-2a). Also scoring were
junior middie Doug Hemink (1g-3a), sophomore
attackman Gino Marcello (2g-1a), junior
midfielders Jaime Englert (1g-1a) and Cory
Mee (1g). Ben Rossignolo also led the team
in ground balls with 7 and Ryan Cantrell
led the defense with 4 ground balls while
senior goalie Evan Williams recorded 5 saves
for the Saints (1-1).
Yan was the 10-7 winner over visiting
Geneva as seven different players made the
scorebooks. Leading the charge was senior
midfielder Dan Mesler and junior middie
Steven Carlson with 2g-1a each. Senior attackman
Dan McGuffie and freshman attackman Matt
Osgood each added 2g. Junior attackman Brian
Odell added 1g-1a, junior defenseman Mike
Manley added and assist and freshman midfielder
John Linnan scored 1g for the Mustangs (1-1).
No report from Geneva
midfielder Brett Allen scored the game winning
goal with an assist by Adam Nauerth in the
first overtime period to give Brockport
a 6-5 win against host Gates Chili.
Brockport scored first with an extra
man goal by Sean Bittner (1g) with an assist
from Bohdan Klymochko (1a). Gates Chili
then tied the game at one when Andrew Hilton
(3g) scored on a feed from Tom Sudek (2a).
The Blue Devils scored four unanswered goals
to take a 5-1 halftime lead. Scoring were
Adam Nauerth (1g-1a), Brett Allen (2g),
Jeremy Toscano (1g) and defensive midfielder
Tucker English (1g).
The Spartans scored four unanswered goals
in the second half to tie the game at five.
Scoring were Andrew Hilton (1g) from Kyle
Lynah (1a), Jimmy Drabin (1g-1a) from Andrew
McEntee (1a), Charlie Giehl (1g) from Tom
Sudek, and Hilton from Drabin.
Connor Mykins had 9 saves for Brockport
Scoring for Gates was junior attackman Andy
Hilton with 3g-2a, sophomore attackman Tom
Sudek with 2a and senior midfielder Jim
Drabin with 1g-1a. Senior attackman Chaz
Giehl scored 1g and senior midfielder Kyle
Lynah added 1a for the Spartans (0-2).
was the 12-4 winner over Pittsford in a
game played at Nazareth College. The Royal
Comets took a 3-2 first quarter lead and
then scored the next nine goals before Pittsford
scored with 7:01 left in the third quarter.
Each team scored one goal in the last quarter.
Coach Gottko was excited by the rare win
against Pittsford, "We played a consistent
game which we have been stressing to the
players from our first practice. We hope
to learn from our mistakes and improve as
a team. We were able to see an improvement
from our first game until now. Hopefully,
we can continue to get better with each
Leading the scoring for R-H was junior attackman
Brian Hantzis (4g-3a), senior midfielder
Tony Henriquez (3g-1a and faceoffs 6/8),
junior midfielder Justin Rose (2g-1 a),
junior attackman Matt Moran (1g-3a), sophomore
attackman Nate Delone 1g-1a) and sophomore
midfielder Aaron Bethmann who scored his
first varsity goal. Junior goalie Matt McShea
made 7 saves in 3 quarters while junior
goalie Andrew Widanka made 5 saves in the
4th quarter for the Royal Comets (2-0).
Pittsford's scoring came from Joe Pekich
(1g), Mike Peacock (1g), Doug Milano-Johnson
(1g). Fred Morse (1g), Jamie Moran (2a)
and Cam Edmiston (1a).
IHC was the 13-7 winner against
visiting HFL at a game played at
CNS. HFL led at the end of the first quarter,
3-2, but fell behind, 8-4 at the half. In
the third quarter, HFL was outscored 3-1,
and both team traded two goals in the 4th.
IHC scoring came from M. Bulger (5g), E.
Prevost (3g-4a), M. Lazore (2g-1a), C. Boulio
(2g), K. Plante (1g). T. Prevost (2a) and
M. Scheris (1a) rounded out the IHC scoring.
Scoring for HFL were Dan Layfield (3g-1a),
and 1 goal each by Chris Stanton, Cade Norris,
Ian Griffin, and Zach Whyte. Defenseman
Buster Mulcahey had 1 assist.
was the 11-9 winner over host Eastridge
at a game played at Irondequoit High School.
Eastridge took a 7-5 lead at the half. Junior
midfielder Kyle Hayward scored 2g, sophomore
attackman Jay Clifford scored 2g-1a and
senior midfielder Cory Blackburn had an
assist and 7 ground balls. Junior goalie
Aaron Donahey made 10 saves for Hilton (1-1).
Scoring for Eastridge were senior middie
Sean Sawyer (5g-1a), sophomore attackman
Matt Driffill (1g) and sophomore middie
Kevin Mahler 2g-1a. Sophomore goalie Eugene
Ferrera recorded seven saves for the Lancers
a 6-5 comeback battle, the McQuaid Jesuit
Knights (2-2) edged out the South Jefferson
Spartans of Section 3 with 0:09 left in
overtime as senior attackman Marty Farchione
scored the game winner.
Farchione scored the first goal of the game
at 10:17 followed by senior attackman Mark
Hanna at 9:47. The Spartans fought back
with their own goals by Mike Ross (unassisted)
at 9:09 and Tony DeFranco from Taylor Jennings
at 7:30. The First quarter ended in a tie
which continued through the second quarter
and into half time. Spartan goalie Tony
Behling accumulated 16 saves in the first
At 11:09 in the third quarter Ross struck
again scoring an unassisted goal for the
Spartans. The Knight’s answered with
a man-up goal at 4:37 as junior midfielder
Evan Gallina scored on a feed from sophomore
attackman Mitch Ritchie. DeFranco added
another for South Jefferson with 2:44 left
which gave them the 4-3 lead.
With 7:06 left in the fourth quarter Ross
added his third of the day, again unassisted,
increasing the Spartan lead to 5-3. After
a success ride, senior defenseman Alex Caton
scooped up a ground ball and made a pass
to Ritchie who scored with 4:22 left. Gallina
scored again (at 2:02) on a pass from senior
middie Sean Conroy tying the game at five
and sending play into overtime.
Senior face off man Gino D’Angelo
controlled the face off and won the ball
for the Knights when Gallina scooped up
the ground ball. After a couple missed shots
by McQuaid Jesuit and some successful rides by
their attack, McQuaid Jesuit’s Farchione
put in the game winning goal (unassisted)
with 0:09 left in overtime.
was the 15-1 winner over Brighton. Thomas
Boys Varsity had to wait a little longer
to get their game with Brighton started
due to bus problems for the Barons but the
wait was well worth it as the Titans finally
got their offense rolling.
scoring stared was sophomore attackmen Max
Gurowski(4g-2a) on a goal assisted by junior
attackmen Dom Scalzo (2a). The Titans scored
the second goal when Gurowski found senior
midfielder Brandon Reeners open on the crease.
Brighton answered with a transition goal
to make the score Titans 2 Barons 1. That
would be the last goal Brighton scored.
Scoring next was Gurowski on an assist from
junior midfielder Dan Hinderland (1g-2a).
Thomas’s next goal came from senior
midfielder Kevin Kemp (1g) who was received
the ball from Gurowski with just 0.5 seconds
left in the first quarter.
defense was led by junior defensemen Ryan
McGrath, and sophomore Jake Ziegler, along
with senior AJ Laffin. Also involved were
juniors Pete Hart, and Spencer Marsh in
the defensive midfield along with senior
defensive midfielder Jordan Tracey. The
long stick midfield position was on a rotational
cycle with seniors Fenton Smith, Steven
Hondorf and freshmen AJ Glagolev. Junior
Alex Mosher got the start in the cage and
played a terrific game only allowing one
goal over three quarters and making numerous
big plays in the field on the clearing game.
Junior goalie Kevin Ryan finished the game
in the fourth quarter allowing no goals.
Also helping on defense were juniors Brian
Clifford, James Frommert.
The second quarter
saw some more scoring by the Titans. Junior
Dan Hinderland started the quarter of with
a goal assisted by Scalzo. Then it was Gurowski
on a goal assisted by sophomore face off
specialist Pat Maloney (10W/4L). Scoring
the next two goals was senior midfielder
Kurt Detwiller (4g). Thomas finished the
second quarter up 8 to 1. Coach Ruller stated
“This is the great part of our team,
so many of our offensive guys can score
and the more they gain confidence the better
they will become.”
The third quarter
offense started when Detwiller scored a
goal after a great dodge from up top. As
the Titans began to get more players involved
the intensity didn’t let up. Coach
Ruller stated, “this was a great chance
to get some of the new younger players a
chance to get some experience against a
good Brighton team.” Scoring their
first goals of their varsity careers were
junior attackmen Mark Schoemacher and sophomore
midfielder Pat Maloney. Also getting involved
in the offense were junior midfielder Steve
Kent, and Dave Gertain. Kyle Lavallee also
contributed on the offense and in the clearing
game. . No report
from Brighton (0-2).